We recap the last week on tour where Hannah Green defended her title, whilst Rory McIlroy won his 25th PGA Tour event and performed some celebratory karaoke...

Here's a look back on what happened on tour last week. We'll be sharing the winners, shots and moments of the week.

Winner's circle - week ending 28th April

Here's who won:

LPGA Tour - With Nelly Korda taking a week off after her fifth successive win at The Chevron Championship, the field was opened up to see who could take her place. To carry on a trend of multiple wins, it was Australia's Hannah Green who ended up defending her title at the JM Eagle LA Championship, winning her fifth LPGA title and her second this season.

Read the full final day round-up here.

The LPGA now has a week off before returning in New Jersey for the Cognizant Founder Cup at Upper Montclair Country Club in Clifton.

LET - The LET finished off its South African swing with the Investec South African Women's Open. In the end it was Manon De Roey who took her three shot lead at the start of the final round and extended it to four-shots to cruise to victory and can now call herself a two-time Ladies European Tour champion.

Read the full final day round-up here.

The LET now has a week off before the second Aramco Team Series event of 2024, which takes place in Seoul, South Korea.

Epson Tour - Juliana Hung broke the Epson Tour 54-Hole scoring record at the 2024 IOA Championship to claim her first Epson Tour victory.  

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Juliana Hung - image credit Epson Tour

Just when you thought Juliana Chung had broken all the records at the IOA Championship, she broke two more during her final round. Hung was playing in her sixth Epson Tour event and now has a piece of history to go along with her trophy. 

The 22-year-old broke the Epson Tour 54-hole scoring record set in 2019 by Fernanda Lira and later matched by Alexa Pano in 2022 and Gabi Ruffels in 2023 at 19-under-par. Hung turned in rounds of 64-64-67 to beat the record by two shots, now 21-under-par. She also shattered the IOA Championship scoring record by seven shots on the way to her first career Epson Tour victory, a record that stood since 2013. 

"My friends were telling me that the lowest score is 18 under on Epson and they told me to try and break it," said Hung. "I wasn't really thinking about it. You can't really think of the result so much. You just have to focus on what you're doing and I'm just glad that is what I did all week." 

Claiming records and winning by nine shots, it was quite the week for Hung!

The Epson Tour now heads to Tucson, Arizona for the Casino Del Sol Golf Classic.

Men's professional tour results

PGA Tour - Like on the LPGA Tour, the PGA Tour was without their current dominant player Scottie Scheffler after he secured his fourth victory in five starts at the RBC Heritage on the weather delayed Monday finish.

This week it was the Zurich Classic, a team event since 2017, the likes of the Fitzpatrick and Hojgaard brothers were teeing it up together. Playing for the first time was Rory McIlroy, who admitted that his partnership with Shane Lowry came after a boozy lunch last October:

“I asked him [to play],” McIlroy told GOLF.com. “You know it was actually, we had this really drunken lunch after the Ryder Cup last year, and I said after, ‘You wanna play the Zurich together?’ And we were like, yeah, let’s do it.”

Well, it turns out that their drunken idea was a good one as they claimed the Zurich Classic title after going into a play-off with Martin Trainer and Chad Ramey, after both teams finished on 25-under-par at TPC Louisiana.

On the first play-off hole, it was McIlroy and Lowry who looked sharper, after Trainer and Ramey had waited three hours to see if they would win. Lowry missed a putt for birdie and then Trainer narrowly missed his team's par putt to confirm the victory and McIlroy's 25th PGA Tour title.

This week the PGA Tour is in Texas for The CJ Cup Byron Nelson at TPC Craig Ranch.

DP World Tour - The DP World Tour returned after a break for The Masters. After Japan's Keita Nakajima won the Hero Indian Open just before the break, it was another Japanese player that took top honours this week too. It was another first time victory on the tour with Yuto Katsuragawa claiming a home win at the ISPS Handa Championship in Japan.

A player that is likely to be relatively unknown outside of Japan, started the week at world number 434. He started his final round three shots behind the leaders and then set about putting together one of the round of the week to shoot 63 and get to 17-under-par. It was just too much to beat with Swede Sebastian Soderberg in second place, three shots behind.

The 25-year-old has decided to take up the DP World Tour membership available which he receives for the win as he aims to get onto the PGA Tour.

The DP World Tour now moves to China and the Volvo China Open at Hidden Grace Golf Club in Shenzhen.

LIV Golf - LIV Golf was back with a bang as it landed in Adelaide. There's no doubt that this is the most popular stop of the Saudi-backed league. The event also gave the local supporters even more to shout about as it delivered the first team play-off, which included the local favourites.

Australian team Ripper GC, consisting of Cameron Smith, Marc Leishman, Matt Jones and Lucas Herbert, took on the South African Team, Stingers GC. It took two play-off holes to decide the winner and much to the crowd's delight it went to Ripper GC.

In the individual competition it was Brendan Steele who claimed the victory after a final-round 68 to get to 18-under-par, one shot in front of Louis Oosthuizen, with five players a further shot back.

This week LIV Golf moves to Singapore and Sentosa Golf Club.

Shot of the week

There is no doubt that when we saw this pop up on our social feed that it would be the shot of the week. During the final round of the Investec South African Women's Open Emma Grechi holed out from the semi rough for an albatross on the par-5 16th hole.

After her round the Frenchwoman was presented with keys to a car for her amazing achievement!

Moment of the week

This might be one of the more bizarre moments of the week we share. Step forward Rory McIlroy singing Journey's Don't Stop Believin' after winning the Zurich Classic with Shane Lowry.

This week is a quiet week for women's golf with no LPGA or LET action. We'll still be keeping an eye on all the action though.

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